The DIA stuff mostly originates from an interview doen in 1996, posted on a lot of websites. This may be where you got a lot of your ideas ?
AC: All right. The information, primarily, that is in Pandora's Box covers how the major corporations, railroad and banking concerns in this country
were set up through a trust that was originally known as the Virginia Company, and there was a survivor to the massacre of the royalty in France
during the French Revolution, Marie Antoinette and King Louis' son, the Dauphin, who survived and was smuggled out of France. The Dauphin
went to the United States via England, where he signed a contract with the Virginia Company. He came here to help the businesses, especially banking,
in the United States. The deal was that everything would remain under English control, or subservient to it, and that brings us right up to today,
because we are still looking at everything falling under that trust system going back to the Crown of England. It is mind boggling to think that
everyone in this country has been led to believe that the people in the United States had won independence from England, when in fact they never did.
You'll notice the story revolves around the idea that the dauphin didn't die, he came to the US, and through his efforts, helped the queen of
england set up a trust, and the western NWO HQ will be the DIA.
in 2000, the dauphin was proven via DNA to have died when he was supposed to, and he could not have come to the US. Its a great story, would make a
great movie, but its fiction
His death has often been disputed; it was rumored that someone had taken the true dauphin from prison and substituted another boy in his place.
Evidence, however, has long indicated that the boy really died in prison in 1795, and historians, for the most part, have disregarded the lost dauphin
theory altogether. In 2000 geneticists announced that they had compared DNA from the dead boy's preserved heart with DNA from members of the royal
family and proved conclusively that the child who died in prison was indeed the dauphin.